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Stream I/O Operation (Part-II)

Posted By:Creative13       Posted Date: September 18, 2012    Points: 200    Category: C#    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

The Article demonstrate a method to Copy Multiple Text Documents to a Single Text Document, using StreamReader & StreamWriter Classes.


About Classes used -

#1: StreamReader class provides an access to read the data from Stream such as Text File.
#2: StreamWriter class provides an access to write the data from Stream such as Text File.

Namespace Required         -           System.IO,

Controls Used           -          
            1. TextBox Control (txtOutput)
          2. ListBox Control (lbInput)
          2. Button Control (btnCopy, btnInputFile)
Here I implemented the Code for converting multiple Text Documents into single Text Document.

The Code:
1. Variable Declarations
        StreamReader rdr;   //StreamReader Object for Reading File
        StreamWriter wrt;   //StreamWriter Object for Writing File
Listing 1

2. Select the Input Text Files (code for “Select Input Files” Button).
            using (OpenFileDialog file = new OpenFileDialog())
                file.Filter = "Only Text Documents|*.txt";

                //Allow to select multiple files
                file.Multiselect = true;

                //Show the Dialog Box & Select the Files

                //Add the selected File Names to ListBox
Listing 2

3. Copy Data from Multiple Text Files to Single Text File (code for “Copy All” Button).

            //Output File
            wrt = new StreamWriter(txtOutput.Text, false);

            //Copy All Data From Input file to Output file
            foreach (String var in lbInput.Items)
                //Input File
                rdr = new StreamReader(var);

                //Start of New File
                wrt.WriteLine(Environment.NewLine +
                                    "File Name : " + var + Environment.NewLine);

                //Copy the Content of Input File(s) to Output File

            //Close the StreamWriter instance

            MessageBox.Show("File Copied Successfully....");

            //Open the Output file
Listing 3

4. Now execute the Application and see the result (Figure 1).
Intended Result: 

Figure 1


          In this piece of writing, using C# environment, we have seen basic stream input/output operation for copying multiple text files to single text file using StreamWriter & StreamReader Classes.

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